Summer Mountaineering Trips

Post 58 travels to mountain ranges outside the Northwest each summer to provide students with a mountaineering adventure.  Post members learn a wide range of mountaineering skills, as well as the essentials of self-reliance, leadership, group cooperation and wilderness living skills.  The Post has traveled to the Purcell Range of British Columbia, The B.C. Coast Range, Alaska, and New Zealand.

Canada Trip (Week 2) — August 2016

(Images Courtesy of Ori Alon. Original Work, except where noted.)

Canada Trip (Week 1) — July and August 2016

(Images Courtesy of Hayden Wallace. Original Work, except where noted.)

Nepal Service Trip — March and April 2016

(Images Courtesy of Peter Green. Original Work.)

The Nepal Service Trip focused on world class trekking and service work following the April 2015 Earthquake that devastated Nepal.

Canada Trip (Week 2) — August 2015

(Images Courtesy of Taylor Feldman. Original Work.)

Canada Trip (Week 1) — August 2015

(Images Courtesy of Peter Green. Original Work.)

New Zealand — December 2014 and January 2015

Canadian Rockies: Freshfield and Wapta Icefields Expedition — July and August 2014

Moby Dick area, Southern Selkirk Range, Canada — August 2013

The Battle Range, Southern Selkirks, British Columbia, Canada — Summer 2012

Houston Glacier Area, Selkirk Range, British Columbia, Canada — Summer 2011

Hatteras Glacier area, Purcell Range, British Columbia, Canada — Summer 2010

Vowell Group, Purcell Range, British Columbia, Canada — Summer 2009

Catamount Glacier, Purcell Range, British Columbia, Canada — Summer 2008

International Basin, Purcell Range, British Columbia, Canada — Summer 2007

Catamount Glacier, Purcell Range, British Columbia, Canada — Summer 2005

New Zealand — December 2004